Juniper Hill

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Juniper Hill
(Maned Wolf, G)
ID#327
Juniper Hill.jpg
photo by TehArtMonkee
No. 9 – Montana Howlers
Position Guard
Species Maned Wolf ( Canidae )
Gender Female
Nickname(s)
J-Pop
Personal information
Born Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 152 lb (69 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
School Pack Territory University
FBA draft 2013 / Round: 2 / Pick: 39th overall
Selected by the Baltimore Spirits
Pro playing career 2013–present
Career history
2013-2015 Baltimore Spirits
Jan 2016-2016 Tallahassee Typhoons
2016-Oct. 2018 Las Vegas Wildcards
2018-2019 Hawaii Kahunas
2019-present Montana Howlers
Contract information
Contract year 2017
2020 Salary $2 million
2021 Salary $2 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Unknown
(OOC) Creator Nightfirex
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

Juniper Hill (maned wolf) is a Brazilian professional basketball player with the Hawaii Kahunas of the Furry Basketball Association (FBA).

Biography

This is a lady of fashion, a lady of beauty. Lady of dance and passion and a knockout to boot. Born in the beautiful city of Rio, Juniper knew but of one passion and that dance. From a young girl she grew up around dancers and dance at every celebration down in Rio. She look the colors, the costumes, the move and flow of the dance. Right away she went to dance school and began the art of dance. In high school she was the top of her dance class and began to pick up capoeira and cheer leading to improve her style. Her teenage years we good to her, and she turn out to be very beautiful and the talk of many of her peers. Basketball didn't even make an appearance in her life until senior year of high school. The talk was going to America and work a professional dance studio, but to get a scholarship to go there would he very hard. A coach overheard and offer a sport scholarship as an option. Juniper refused at first never played any sports only cheer for them claiming to be horrible at it. The coach persisted claiming that for her basketball is a form of dance and the ball is her partner. Sure enough to get into college she agreed to try out. She was a natural at dribbling being able to to move around the court with grace, but her shooting needed a lot of work. Her coach help her focus on what she can do well, dribbling and passing. she can find her way inside and find the open player easily and was able to keep the ball away from some of the best stealers in her league. When got the sport scholarship she needed and went to the the states for college. She was amazed about the co-ed basketball teams that were there. Knowing the guys are a lot tougher, and stronger she wonder if she would even to be able to compete. Her first year was very poor, unable to contend against some of the rough play style of some of the other stronger players ending her first season with 5PPG, 20%FG,10%3pt, 5APG. She still pursued her goal of being a dancer, and was about to give up on basketball all together if it wasn't for the coach attending one of her dance recital and saw that Juniper can jump. That gave him a plan, and changed Juniper training, teaching her how to slash in the inside, move around the slower stronger player and dunk. he taught her to perfect her fade away shot. all these skill combine with her ability to move the court in her favor was what she needed to progress further in her career. by her junior year she was making dunks and making amazing passes that elevated the team to the next level. She finish college decent scores. 20 PPG, 30% 3pt. The scouts though looked at her average of 15 assists per game and new there was something unique about her.